October is just around the corner, and while that means Halloween, that also means Satoshi Kon’s birthday. And to celebrate, my next podcast episode will be all about Kon’s works; beyond just his film career. If you have any questions or topic suggestions for the episode please send them my way! Also, to celebrate his life, I’d love to hear any special memories any of you have tied to his works—maybe we could read some on the episode. You can message me or email directly at AnimeNostalgiaPodcast@gmail.com. We’ll be recording the episode on the 26th so get them in before then!
JOINTS IN MOTION
As said by IFL science
Cameron Drake of San Francisco has created a collection of magnificent images showing joints in motion. He was aided by orthopedic physician Dr. Noah Weiss and the finished product is completely amazing. If you’d like to know more about the project, please check out Drake’s blog.
And Bird Beak Tutorial 2 is up, guys. Bird beak 3 tutorial will be on the makes. I really hope you like it and that it could be useful to you and your followers. Again, spreading the word means tons to us and we really thank you all for that.
I’ve been trying pretty damn hard to send thank you notes to every new follower and reblog, but somehow Tumblr doesn’t allow a certain amount of Asks? Are these limited? Oh well, but at least some of you receive the thank you ask on your account :)
Sorry if this has been a little be down in terms of illustrations, and I have been spamming more messy sketches…but basically I’m in the process of creating some really high detailed refined pictures for a Zoo Logical project but all the sketches are practice for those exact pictures.
*sigh* I miss refined traditional art.
D. “Psamophis” Falcão